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  • Tour De Britain (1951)

    🎬British Pathé – Coverage of the first two stages of the Daily Express round Britain cycle race.Full title reads: "Tour De Britain". Daily Express round Britain cycle race. It starts in Hyde Park, London. CU Cyclist spinning cycle wheel. SV Pan up cyclists preparing bikes. CU Putting water bottle onto frame. LV Crowds around cyclists. CU French cyclists signing autograph. LV Starter with flag. SV Start with flag and cyclists start. Travel Shot. Cyclists cycling past crowds in Hyde Park. GV of London from Vauxhall Bridge. LV Cyclists cycling across Vauxhall Bridge. GV Cyclists along Bromley High Street, Kent. BV Rounding bend. CU Two cyclists. Travel Shot. Husband and wife on tandem with baby alongside. CU Signpost to Farnborough and Hastings. CU No 2 Georges Blum in the lead. LV And Pan, Cyclists racing down hill en route for Hastings. CU Signpost to Eastbourne. LV Towards and pan No 2 racing through Eastbourne. SV Cyclists racing along and being given satchels of food. SV Pan cyclists racing along and being given satchels of food. CU Ian Steel in the lead now, eating food and passes food to cyclist along side. CU Feed on pedals. GV No 5 over the line and cycles towards camera. CU Gabriel Audemard being congratulated. Angle shot. Crowds looking down from balcony. SV Gabriel Audemard cycling along in front wearing yellow jersey and waving to crowds. CU Gabriel waving to crowds. LV Cyclists passing through Arundel (castle in background) CU Broken cycle on pavement Pan up to Edward Hawkins No 8 of the Irish team. SV Pan, carrying broken cycle to lorry. GV Pan Cyclists crossing Portsdown Hill with Portsmouth in the background. LV Pan. Cyclists along country road and over bridge at Swaythling. SV Sign. Welcome to the New Forest. Angle shot. Racing through the New Forest. SV Towards and Pan. No 18 David Bedwell coming in to win at Bournemouth. GV No 18 over the line. CU Winner No 18
    573 Views
  • TUCKTONIA (1976)

    🎬British Movietone - Britain's major tourist sites, all on 3½ acres of land in Bournemouth, that's the model world of 'Tucktonia'. Described as 'the best of Britain in miniature', the displays are not just static, for example, the River Thames flows through at 15ft a minute.

    British Movietone News ran in the United Kingdom from 1929 to 1986.
    547 Views
  • WATCH ON THE FORESTS (1963)

    🎬British Movietone - That Christmas tree you buy from the shops - have you ever wondered where it was grown? Quite possibly it comes from one of the 500 forests maintained by the Forestry Commission. Their job is to take precautions against tree bandits at this time of year. Here, in the New Forest, 35,000 woodland acres have to be patrolled day and night.

    British Movietone News ran in the United Kingdom from 1929 to 1986.
    916 Views
  • What's New In The Forest (1974)

    🎬What's New In The Forest. Filmed by members of The Wildlife Society, featuring memorable footage of a working forest, as it was circa 1973.

    A brief history to describe the forest, then and now. A look at the various species of deer to be found. The geology. Forest law and the New Forest. Eyeworth Pond, a special place. A look at some of the more unusual Flora. The Forest Lawns and grazing. Common rights. New Forest Pony as a breed. Red Fox on a hillside and beware of Adders in the long grass. Setting up a filming hide on a Bullfinch nest. A pony drift. The Agister's responsibilities. The pressures of traffic filmed and described. Pollution and the proximity of Fawley Refinery. The Forestry Commission management. Timber extraction. Regulation of caravanning and camping. Draining bogs. The pony sales at Beaulieu Road.

    Narrated by Tony Askew

    Contributors:
    Jack Dalley Inkpen, Berkshire
    May Dalley Inkpen, Berkshire
    Ronald Downham Croydon, Surrey
    Angela Hughes Hammoon, Dorset
    Violet Maxse West Burton, Sussex
    Frances Murphy Hampton, Middlesex
    John Murphy Hampton, Middlesex
    Peter Nichols Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey
    John Norie Hicliffe, Dorset
    David Orr Redgrave, Suffilk
    Geoffrey Paulson-Ellis Headley, Hampsire
    Jane Paulson-Ellis Headley, Hampsire
    John Pitcher Epsom, Surrey
    Ricky Pitcher Epsom, Surrey
    Jack White ARPS Tifield, Berkshire
    Norman Wylie-Moore Heathfield, Sussex


    Featured Fauna and Flora:
    Adder
    Bog Aspendale
    Bogbean
    Bog Myrtle
    Bullfinch
    Cattle
    Common Frog
    Cotton Grass
    Damselfly
    Donkies
    Great Sallow
    New Forest Ponies
    Orchids
    Red Fox
    Spierwit
    Sundew
    Water Crowfoot
    Wild Gladiolus
    6074 Views
  • WHITE WEDDING (1960)

    🎬British Movietone - NO SOUND - CUTS FOR STORY NUMBER 79086 - Ms Bride and groom outside church. Mountbatten and bride in church doorway. Group left to right. Edwina Mountbatten, Prince Charles, Lord Brabourne, Princess Anne and Prince Philip all have glasses in their hands. Mountbatten and Bride. Bride with bridesmaids and Charles. Group shot Bride, Groom, bridesmaids and Brabourne. Good CU Princess Anne. Anne drinks from glass. Painting presented to newlyweds. Bride and Groom. Cutting cake. Good CU kids and Pamela. Princess Alexandra and Marina Duchess of Kent. Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. Lots of good shots of young charles and Anne. LEAVING FOR CHURCH - Nice shots of Mountbatten carrying young bridesmaid to car. Mountbatten says goodbye to Alice, Duchess Of Gloucester, Princess Alexandra and Marina. Mountbatten with other departing guests. Mountbatten escorts Queen Mother and Princess Margaret to their car. Philip and Charles out followed by Mountbatten. Princess Anne into car followed by Edwina and bridesmaids. Mountbatten and Pamela out of house and into car. Bride and Groom talk to people at reception. Prince Philip talking. All exterior shots have snow in them. Wedding Cake is shape liked Broadlands House.
    596 Views
  • White Wedding (1960)

    🎬British Movietone - This was Romsey on the day of the wedding: Winter had come to Hampshire. But in spite of the snow, the people of Romsey wanted to see everybody and everything! Seen arriving was Kenneth More, one of the many guests. Then, the arrival of the Royal Family at the station. It was an exciting event for the Prince of Wales and Princess Anne who was to be a bridesmaid for the first time. Next, the arrival at Romsey Abbey: the bridegroom, Mr David Hicks, came with Lord Brabourne, his best man, and the bride, Lady Pamela Mountbatten, with her father, Earl Mountbatten of Burma. After the marriage service, "Broadlands", the Mountbatten home, was the scene of the first reception. There had to be two, so many people wanted to wish the happy pair good luck!

    British Movietone News ran in the United Kingdom from 1929 to 1986.
    617 Views

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